Working in Virtual Teams – The Blog
Employee surveillance is on the rise, as the BBC reported. The article noted, that “More than half of companies with over $750m (£574m) in annual revenue used ‘non-traditional’ monitoring techniques on staff…”
How many so-called online teams are just a bunch of individuals, each of them working individually on his own tasks? In your opinion, which are the three most important things, when successfully working together online?
Non-team-players are better at virtual work. Do you agree with this statement? Are virtual workers rather introverts, avoiding contact with other people? If this is true, can virtual teams ever be successful?
Raise your hand, if you never worked in a virtual team! Which one is your category? This blog post summarizes research on virtual teams in Pre-Corona-Times.